2015 Scholarship Winner Kristin Espinelli with NJB Scholarship Committee members Laura Coley (l) and Scott Lubarsky (r)

2015 Scholarship Winner Kristin Espinelli with NJB Scholarship Committee members Laura Coley (l) and Scott Lubarsky (r)

We believe in investing in the future of the civil engineering profession. This means elevating the next generation of young engineers, and to do this, ASCE NJB awards $10,000 annually to undergraduates and high school students.


COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS

The North Jersey Branch has three affiliated colleges/universities in the North Jersey area that have ASCE student chapters or clubs:

    New Jersey Institute of Technology
    Stevens Institute of Technology
    Farleigh Dickinson University

The North Jersey Branch awards scholarships every spring to qualified students who demonstrate academic and extracurricular achievement. At least 2 scholarships are awarded to Juniors who attend one of the three affiliated institutions listed above. The Junior must be in a civil engineering curriculum, and should be in the next to last year of their degree program.

Deadline for application submission is: March 24, 2018

HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS

The North Jersey Branch has established a high school scholarship program for students who intend to pursue a college degree in Civil Engineering or an Associate's degree in Civil Engineering Technology. Among other criteria, the qualifying senior must have applied to schools that offer either a Civil Engineering curriculum or an ABET- Accredited Civil Engineering Technology Program.

Eligibility for the High School Scholarship:
Any high school senior who resides in the North Jersey Branch jurisdiction (i.e. Sussex, Warren, Morris, Passaic, Bergen, Essex, Union or Hudson counties) who Intends to graduate from high school in May/June and plans to pursue a Civil Engineering curriculum at an accredited college/university in the Fall.
 
Deadline for application submission will be March 24, 2018

Congratulations to our recent High School Scholarship Winners!

    Noah Sheilds – MIT
    Kristin Ondris - The Cooper Union
    William Yang - The Cooper Union
    Brendan Mulvihill - Rowan University